RedOxx‘s Jim Markel joins Paul to reveal his latest advances in creating some of the world’s toughest luggage. He also shares the joys and trials of the his recent trip to Vietnam with his father, who fought there. It’s a fascinating glimpse into the memories of a Marine family.
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There’s been lots of speculation about what travel will look like as the world emerges from COVID-19 lockdowns, but TheTravelCamel.com‘s Shane Dallas shares with Paul and Elizabeth what hotels and airlines are actually doing. He’s just returned from the Arabian Travel Market Virtual, four days of seminars and panels attended online by some 15,000 people. Top travel executives shared what their companies are doing. Join this lively discussion to learn what the hotel and flying experience will really look like.
LuxeAdentureTraveler‘s Jennifer Dombrowski joins Paul and Elizabeth from Bordeaux to reveal what France is like now that many COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted. The country is still closed to international visitors, but if you’re a resident of France, you can now travel anywhere in the nation. Come with us as Jennifer takes us hiking around two beautiful lakes in former white clay quarries and exploring one of the prettiest villages in France.
As travel begins to open up, road trips are the first mode of travel to return. Automotive expert Dale Snow of Mossy Automotive Group in San Diego, California, joins Paul and Elizabeth to share insider tips on how to prepare your car – and yourself – for that family road trip. And don’t forget the dog! Tune in to learn about how to take a safe and fun road trip this summer.
As states and a few countries gradually begin to open up again after lockdowns, Everything-Everywhere‘s Gary Arndt joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss what the future of travel might look like. What lessons will we all have learned from the downtime? And can we now hope for a more sustainable approach to travel? Plus, Gary has an innovative suggestion for cruise ships.
Headquartered in Bordeaux, France, LuxeAdventureTraveler‘s Jennifer Dombrowski joins Paul and Elizabeth to report on the Virtual Wine Tastings she’s doing on her website. She hosts them every Wednesday. Log on to join the fun and virtually visit some of the region’s great vineyards and chateaus.
Is this the end of cruising? Or the beginning of something better? Travel and food journalist Janice Wald Henderson joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss what it’s going to take to make passengers feel comfortable enough to get on a cruise ship again. In the meantime, eager cruisers can get a taste of the sea by logging on to virtual presentations several lines are doing, such as Crystal Cruises’ Crystal Insider.
Travel journalist Terry Gardner joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the prognosis for sustainable travel, now that pollution is down around the world due to Covid-19 restrictions. Will we learn from this episode how to travel more sustainability? Terry also reports on Oprah Winfrey’s new Apple TV series, which includes how to keep from feeling lonely while staying safe at home.
VisitBerlin‘s Kirsten Schmidt joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal some of the ways you can visit Berlin virtually, until the day when we can all travel again.
Thrill to the beauty of Queen Nefertiti’s statue in the Neues Museum, listen to the Berlin Philharmonic, even dance to the music in the hottest clubs – all without leaving your living room. And learn about not-to-miss things to see and do when you can visit for real.